Summary: Toki Tori is a puzzle game, one about an extremely cute little bird of a species that apparently has not been discovered yet by mankind. A very, very cute bird species. In fact, Toki Tori is the most completely innocent and cuddly game character in a long time.
Summary: The cute little chicken is back! This time in his original game, Toki Tori. The game has been rendered to 720p, and includes a nifty rewind feature, which allows for mistakes to quickly become forgotten.
Summary: It's really hard to find any fault with this game. There isn't really any replay value, but with the amount of puzzles, it's hard to hold that against a game of this price. The only reason I can see that a person wouldn't like this game is if s/he didn't like puzzle-platformers in general.
Summary: At first glance, you'd think Toki Tori is a cute little platformer suited for young kids, but this game is much deeper than this initial first impression. In fact, Toki Tori is not a platformer at all, its actually a puzzle game, and believe me, many of the challenges are quite tough and force you...
Summary: When you first see this game, you might get the impression it's more of a child's game, but believe me, it's not! I got this game in a bundle with some other games and had low expectations of it, but actually it turned out to be the best game of the bundle where I already spent over 20 hours in.
Summary: Toki Tori is essentially a puzzle game. I just finished all the stages in normal level without any helps, which indicated that the puzzle is fair and reasonable. There are several tools to clear each stage.
Summary: Toki tori is a perfect game for kids 8 and up. It looks like a platform jumping game, but in reality the levels are neat puzzles. Some levels are quite hard, so you may need to help your kid, but overall it is refreshing to see a good logic game in a world full of dumb clickfests.